A proposal to add $10 million a year to the state budget for adult protective services would better equip Ohio to fight a growing epidemic of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of the elderly, advocates say. Even more money is needed, they said, if the state wants to reach elderly residents who suffer silently in the shadows, too frail to care for themselves or afraid to turn in their abusers.

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